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Cornus racemosa
Gray Dogwood

The fruits of Gray Dogwood are normally creamy-white, but on rare occasions occur as a beautiful porcelain blue or lavendar-purple color; however, the persistent red fruiting stalks provide ornamental appeal long after the fruits are abscised or consumed by wildlife.


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